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July 03, 2013


11:08 a.m. A Somers woman reported that her neighbor’s devious chickens often break free of their pen and defecate on her porch.

(Thanks to Jan in Grimbsy, who believes Devious Chickens opened for The Electric Prunes.)


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Isn't "miniature horse at large" an oxymoron?

Gee, really. No fence and animals roam

3:51 p.m. A Kalispell man reported that his soon-to-be ex has left him numerous vulgar messages.
7:32 p.m. Loud explosions were heard on Austin Street in Kalispell.

Quite a breakup, there.

"11:29 p.m. A Shady Lane man complained that his ex-girlfriend covered his door handle with grease."

The naughty lady of shady lane?

*steps to the head of the geezer bus*

I had too much to dream last night.

I once heard on a CB radio (geezer alert) a truck driver describe an icy mountain as being, "Slicker'n s#it on a doorknob." He didn't tell how he determined the comparison.

I saw the Devious Chickens open for Roger McGuinn.

I am a poor wayfaring chicken,
While traveling thru this world of woe.
Yet there's no sickness, toil or kitten;
In that bright world to which I go.

We need a BlogTrip to Flathead County! Let's load up the Geezer Bus!

"1:58 p.m. A woman on Days Acres Lane reported that two loose dogs chased her mother’s cat."

Is this a commentary on the dogs' moral failings?

I just spent the last twenty minutes reading the previous police blotters and thinking about moving to a town where things surely do happen!

Klezmerphan, be sure to bring fireworks. They seem to really like 'em out there.

Mysore? Sandusky?

I think it would be a mistake to just go. Let's rope in Ken Burns and make a documentary.

love how this reads like a Logic puzzle:

The man who tore down his fence owned the devious chickens, but not a miniature horse, and didn't have an ex.

The call from Shady lane was not made by the intoxicated cane beater, nor the injured chicken.

The ex-girlfriend knob greaser did not leave the vulgar messages, but she did like to play with fireworks.

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